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Help for Storm Damaged Wet Cell Phones


Bheestie Bag Offering Discount to Help Those Affected by Storm

Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 03, 2012

The makers of Bheestie Bags, a device that can actually reverse water damage to a wet phone is striving to help the millions of people affected by Superstorm Sandy. At this critical time of being able to communicate with family and friends, it's essential to have a functioning cell phone. But for those hard hit by flooding, their phones are at risk or may already have experienced water damage.

To aid in this time of needs, Bheestie Bags is offering 20% off individual bag sales through November 7th at to help salvage wet phones while also helping to lower the overall cost of property damage facing storm victims. They will also be donating a Bheestie Bag to relief agencies for every bag purchased through November 7th.

The revolutionary molecular beads found in Bheestie Bags easily draw out the water and moisture from wet phones and other electronic devices. All that is required is placing the electronic in the bag, zip tight and let Bheestie Bag's revolutionary molecular beads draw out water and moisture. For extreme water exposure, wait 48-72 hours. Bheestie Bags have been proven to be 700% more effective than home remedies.

“Our hearts go out to those affected by Superstorm Sandy. Our goal is to provide help and savings to those whose cell phone and other personal electronics may have experienced water damage at a time where communication is key.” said Lisa Holmes, Co-Founder of Bheestie Bags. “The recovery costs facing the victims of this storm are staggering. Bheestie Bags can be of help to those with cell phone water damage preventing costly damage or replacement.”

About Bheestie Bag:

Bheestie Bag was created by two sisters who found their electronics constantly being subjected to water, sweat, moisture and rain. They wanted a way to help maintain and protect devices from damage due to these elements while also offering an emergency solution for severely wet phones and electronics.

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